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Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, 90, weighed in on the Ukrainian crisis in an opinion piece published Wednesday in The Washington Post. He criticized Russia and the West, saying that their policies in Ukraine have promoted a
Georgia College 16-10, 9-10; Armstrong Atlantic 19-6, 14-5...Probable lineups: Georgia College--F Abby Slocumb, Sr., 6-0; 2.9 ppg, 3.5 rpg.; G LaRice Walker, Fr...G Stephenie Coney, Sr., 5-2, 6.2 ppg, 4.0 apg; G Tyler Carlson, Sr., 5-6, 12. ppg; 3.2
Columbus State is the host for the Peach Belt Conference tournament for the third straight year. The women's tournament tips off Thursday with four quarterfinal games...The semifinals for both are on Saturday with the championship games on Sunday.
00 editor In the past five years Sri Lanka has made much progress in recovering from 27 years of destruction and terror. On the road to reconciliation, the Government of Sri Lanka has successfully approached the matter in diverse angles.
ARC Postdoctoral Fellow in History at Monash University Say Indonesia today and what visual associations does the word prompt? For many Australians, an ambivalent mix of pleasant and troubled images, no doubt. But a new photography exhibition at the
When Joakim Noah talked about the all-star experience being weird and awkward, he meant the part about strolling into the locker room and pretending to be pals with players who are sworn on-court enemies. Catching passes from LeBron James and helping
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Conant, Fremd Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 board members Thursday recommended a $1.46 million repair of Conant High School's roof and a $248,000 repair of Fremd High School's skylight this summer to prevent a potential for leaks in
For those who shivered through January, this may be hard to believe: Nationwide, the average temperature for the first month of the year was about normal because a warm West offset a cool East. The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration said
The Tuscaloosa Department of Transportation will sweep these general areas this week: 15th Street to Hargrove Road; Greensboro Avenue to Hackberry Lane; 16th through 19th streets; Avalon Place; Pinehurst; Guildswood; Dearing Place; Alaca Place;